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OCEAN AIR, SALTY HAIR

beach photography

Ocean air, salty hair! A couple of weeks ago, I had the pleasure of photographing two total beach babes in Castaway Cay, a  private island in the Bahamas.

Traveling around as personal shoppers. I jumped at the chance when they asked me to come and photograph them on one of the private islands. Not only did I get excited about meeting these ocean lovers, but also that Id get to shoot in a location I had been dreaming about for quite some time!

The island was a total dream. It’s one of the most beautiful island on Earth. The smell of ocean air was very relaxing and can reduce your stress. We hired bikes, drank a couple of cocktails, splashed in sea and had a total blast! I love beach photography, because there’s such a wide range of fascinating subjects to be found in such a small area. From sand and rocks to shells and sea life, you’ll never be short of something to photograph. The key to beach photography is shooting these objects in a way which tells a story and captures some of the essence of the place.

This is a photo shoot I will never forget. The couple was kind enough to share their thoughts about the experience, which I hope will serve as a useful guide for anyone else thinking about pre-wedding photography. Hannah and Kyle had a such a connection. They’re beautiful, light-hearted, and totally fun. They are really living the dream.

Hannah and Kyle, I loved you guys. It was exciting, fun and overall it was amazing!

 

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One thought on “OCEAN AIR, SALTY HAIR”

  1. Katie de Silva
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    Absolutely love your work Pixie! 😀 You seem like a woman after my own heart, loving the ocean and freedom in life. You captured such an adventure with this couple and it looks like you had an absolute blast! Xxx I can’t wait to see what you create next 🙂

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